dolorous

[ dol-er-uh s, doh-ler- ]SEE DEFINITION OF dolorous

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At this Pierre could not refrain from a dolorous and vivacious interruption.

This admission, so sincere and so dolorous to make, penetrated me.

Then she gazed out before her, with a feeling of dolorous surprise.

He, with his eyes fixed on the embers, had sunk back into the dolorous past.

He stood stupefied, and so dolorous a spectacle that she could not but laugh.

At last, he placed it in his pocket and faced the dolorous high-jacker.

There were sighs of comprehension, gasps of dolorous interest.

“Pleasant news,” said Mr. Hawke, with rather a dolorous sigh.

Dolorous, he fancied, keen with a horror of wonder and of despair.

It was night, I repeat; there was a row of cabs in a dolorous rain.

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